I am using runscribe to analyze mostly sprints and interval training. By sprints I mean mostly really short distances (10m to 60m) since I train for 100-200m.
I started checking the web interface, and I am not sure what would be the best way to digest data using the interface (I might end up processing directly the raw data if I can't do it otherwise). I did a run with three 30m sprints + 5x200-300m of tempo (not too fast).
It seems that most of the data displayed is filtered to avoid noise, but it is difficult to process for individual steps. For instance, a 30m sprint is going to have around 30 steps, and I would like to process them individually (contact time pronation, shock,... per step).
Is there a way to do this using the interface or is the only current way to process the raw data?
What is the sample rate in the raw data? Checking the raw data for a specific run using: https://dashboard.runscribe.com/runs//metric/ it seems that the data is already post-processed (number of samples seem small); is there a way to obtain unprocessed data? Anything else needed to be able to get raw data?